Gulf of Gonâve facts for kids
The Gulf of Gonâve (French: Golfe de la Gonâve) is a large gulf along the western coast of Haiti. It is at . Port-au-Prince, the capital city of Haiti, is on the coast of the gulf. Other cities on the gulf coast include Gonaïves, Saint-Marc, Miragoâne, and Jérémie.
Several islands are in the gulf; the largest is Gonâve Island, followed by the much smaller Cayemites. The Artibonite River flows into this gulf.
Gonâve Island splits the gulf in two channels (a channel is a narrow part of the sea): the Saint-Marc Channel to the north and the Gonâve Channel to the south.
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